Archaeologists record details about the context of a burial on sheets like this. This information includes which bones are present, the orientation of the burial and any additional materials found in association with the skeleton, such as grave goods. The information is crucial for the osteologists to help build up a full picture of each individual they are examining. This is a record sheet from the St Mary Graces site. It shows that an infant burial was discovered nearby, and also notes the presence of iron (ferrous) nails, suggesting that this person was buried in a coffin (noted in the 'Description' section). This record sheet refers to the skeleton in the previous image. Learn more about this skeleton in the following slides.